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Aug. 30, 2013 8:30 am

Baltimoreans rail against the Grand Prix on new Tumblr blog

Indy cars at the inaugural Grand Prix of Baltimore in 2011. Photo courtesy of adayawaytravel.wordpress.com

Indy cars at the inaugural Grand Prix of Baltimore in 2011. Photo courtesy of adayawaytravel.wordpress.com

The Grand Prix of Baltimore is causing congestion on the roads, grumble, rabble, grumble grumble. (And making walking downtown much more difficult.)

Many of the loudest locals on social media decidedly dislike the Grand Prix — which has an uncertain future in Baltimore — despite the feat of plotting a race-car track around the Baltimore Convention Center and near the Inner Harbor.

Still, Grand Prix of Baltimore Hate is the new Tumblr blog that combs the Twitter-webs for hate-tweets related to, well, loathing the Grand Prix of Baltimore.

Inspiration for the Tumblr goes to Tony DeFranco, who tweeted at 8 a.m. on Thursday: “Someone should curate all the Grand Prix hate tweets into a tumblr.”

This is for you, Tony.

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